The Chicago Bears will be without one of their starting cornerbacks for week one in Houston.
Third-year cornerback Kyle Fuller will miss the game against the Texans on Sunday, being listed as officially inactive. Fuller is recovering from a knee injury he suffered in preseason and had surgery on that knee just three weeks ago.
— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) September 11, 2016
It will be the first game Fuller misses in his career, snapping a streak of 32-straight. He started in 30 of those 32 games since being drafted in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft.
The Bears have not tipped their hand on who they are starting opposite of Tracy Porter, but likely candidates include Deiondre’ Hall, Jacoby Glenn and Bryce Callahan.